March Madness Grips Shore
I annually make a mockery of myself with my March Madness brackets even though I know that the Lipscomb Bisons out of Nashville, Tennessee have no chance to beat the defending national champion North Carolina Tar Heels.
Walking Out To Honor The Parkland Victims
Students across America, including those right here in Ocean and Monmouth County, will be walking out of class this morning on the one month anniversary of the school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Mental Health: An Unspoken Topic
A Men's Health magazine poll said 68 per cent of men suspect they have some form of a mental health problem but have not talked to a doctor about it.
The Mabrey Sisters Dynasty in Manasquan
Youngest Michaela led Manasquan to the Tournament of Champions title in 2012, then Marina's team won in 2015. Youngest Mabrey sister Dara hopes to make it three this week.
Student of the Week
92.7 WOBM and Gateway Toyota of Toms River honor ZACHARY YOUNG of New Egypt High School as the Student of the Week.
Brisk Weather for the Wearing o’ the Green in Seaside Heights
It will be brisk for the annual Ocean County St. Patrick's Day Parade on Saturday.
Toms River Teacher Runs for Those Who Can’t
Jamie Blondia, a health and physical education teacher at Toms River High School East and about 30 others will run 4,000 miles from San Francisco to Boston in just 49 days for the 4K for Cancer.
Saying Goodbye to Bob
Those of us who loved Bob Levy, liked him, admired him, worked with him or just listened to him will gather to remember him in a memorial gathering on Wednesday.
Help pick the Shore’s Greatest Sports Personality of the Past 50 Years
Your vote will help decide the Jersey Shore’s Greatest Sports Personality from 1968 to today.
A Night of Favorites and Days of Soggy Fields
From the Oscars to spring sports and the NFL Scouting Combine, some random notes and thoughts on this first Monday of March.